Installation Of The Rear Wheel, Motor, & Alignment Of The
Belt On Sprocket
1. The above picture of the rear wheel, sprocket and belt is shown
above. Check each scooter to make sure that the belt is properly
installed on the sprocket. Notice in the above picture the belt
is centered on the sprocket with a little space on the left side
and a little space on the right side. The belt should not touch
on the left side and the belt should not hang over on the right
side. If you find any scooters with the belt not properly adjusted
you will stop production on that one scooter until the problem is
fixed. Each scooter must be checked.
2. To properly check the belt you need to spin the rear tire by
hand a few times to see if the belt goes into the correct position
on the rear sprocket as shown in the above picture. If the belt
does not go into the correct position you will stop production on
this scooter until the problem is fixed and the belt is properly
3. The rear tire must be straight. You must look at each rear tire
to be sure it is parallel to the motor and front end of the scooter.
To do this you can simply look down and across the length of the
scooter with your eyes to make sure it looks straight. If the wheel
is not straight you will stop production on this scooter until the
problem is fixed.
4. The motor must be installed correctly. In the above picture you
can see that the motor is installed straight and it is not sitting
at an angle. See the picture below for a better view of the motor.